Accessible CSS Forms: Using CSS to Create a Two-Column Layout – replace tables with css layout form tutorial


Accessible CSS Forms: Using CSS to Create a Two-Column Layout – replace tables with css layout form tutorial
In a recent study of web design patterns, Dr. Melody Ivory found that accessibility is the most underutilized aspect of good web page design (Ivory 2005). In fact websites have become more complex and less accessible over time (Hackett 2003). Less than 20% of the Fortune 100 have websites that are fully accessible (Loiacono 2004). Accessible forms are one way to combat this disturbing trend. With CSS layout, you can create two-column forms without the use of tables to save space and time. This article shows how to create a simple two-column contact form using CSS to style structural elements that is both fast and accessible.

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